Friday, March 21, 2008



This week's theme: METAL.



Grain bins... used mostly by farmers for seed wheat...

14 comments:

Lynn said...

These are huge bins. I wonder how many pounds of seeds they could contain.

Hootin' Anni said...

boy this brings back childhood memories!!!

Happy Easter [or happy weekend, if you don't observe the holiday], and if you can, drop by for my metal interpretation!!! See if you can guess what it is.

Janine said...

perfect picture for this week's theme..love it!

check out mine here

http://pinay-wife.com/2008/03/metal.html

thanks

Sarge Charlie said...

that is some big metal buildings

**"Liza"** said...

those are huge! great shot for this week theme..;0 Have a Wonderful Easter!Take a peak on mine here and here if you have time..;) Happy weekend!

LibertyBelle said...

those are huge silos- wonderful photo!
Happy weekend
L

JesieBlogJourney said...

Wow! Thanks to those huge grain silos to stock enought grains to feed us.

denz said...

Wow! what a lovely picture for this week theme, just keep it up and enjoy what you are doing!

Check mine also in HERE!!!

Happy Easter!

Katney said...

We have various forms of these around here, too.

Countryview Woodcrafts said...

I liked your pictures of the grain bins. I build them for a living so I get to see ALOT of them. Here in NW Missouri where I live we store corn and soybeans in them. Thank's for the picture.
Bill

Anita said...

Thanks!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Wow those are pretty big. I ran into some today on our drive but i don't think they were this big,
Hope you had a good Easter

Anita said...

We have a lot of farmers in the area with a lot of acreage... not industrial farms, just individual farmers... they use a lot of grain!

Lori said...

These remind me of the grain bins on our farm when I was a little girl. I was always scared when my dad would work emptying grain into them because I'd heard stories about people being trapped/buried. But I did love the echo when you were inside!

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